B.C. Supreme Court Makes Decision on Women's Ski Jumping, Nesbitt Wins Gold, Olympic Coverage in 22 Languages: Monday's Olympic Roundup

Christine Nesbitt takes Gold at 1,000 m. 

Here is the latest on today’s Olympic Roundup:


BC Supreme Court made decision regarding 2010 Women’s ski jumping:

VANOC is not in breach of Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Olympics Coverage in 22 Languages:

German and Spanish omitted but Ukrainian, the aboriginal language of Mechif and South Asia's Gujarati included.

Olympic Flame in Nova Scotia:

The flame is now in North Sydney, Nova Scotia.

Canadian Skiers Use 'Stealth' Technology:

This home grown device tracks the speed and the lines that skiers take down a course to find the optimum route.

Day 18 Nov.16 Olympic Route:

Check out the city the flame is currently at.

Nesbitt Wins Gold:

At a 1,000 m event, Nesbitt wins her 3rd gold in 2nd weekend and won silver on Saturday.

Who's going to Light the Olympic Flame:

Is it going to be Linden, Suzuki, Pamela Anderson, Gretzky, Senator Nancy Greene Raine or Terry Fox's mother?

Hamelin Receives Bronze:

Charles Hamelin takes bronze at the men's 1,500 m final at ISU World Cup short-track.

Paralympic Sledge Hockey:

Canadians line up in 'B' pool with Norway, Italy and Sweden.

Saturday's Olympic Tickets Sales were Brisk:

Gold medal game for men's hockey sold out quickly and tickets for only 49 of 126 sessions remained as the organization looked to sell 100,000 tickets in its final round of ticket sales.




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